Like something from a Douglas Adams novel, the hole takes on an existence of its own.
The 20″ x 20″ hole is now 3 foot deep – one more foot to go. I hadn’t appreciated what a pain it is to get the soil out of a deep narrow hole.
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Today I visited the New Forest Telescope Mines – very impressive hole. Suggested to Greg that it didn’t really need to be much deeper, but I don’t think that’s going to stop him!
Just another foot ………..just another foot ………. 🙂 🙂
It is supposed to be an optical telescope Greg, not a neutrino detector!! 🙂 🙂
Keep digging – it’s down there somewhere!
Not found it yet – still digging 🙂
What you needed was a drainer Greg, great value for money for difficult holes:
(I’ve recently done a 10m x 1m deep x 0.45m trench in our garden)
Now THAT I really could have done with!!
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